Fife Council will paint double yellow lines at Kirkcaldy Leisure Centre to prevent disabled drivers being blocked in.
Bags containing waste feared to be contaminated with asbestos lay beside a road for days after being reported to Fife Council.
A sharp drop in the percentage of Gypsy Travellers satisfied with Fife Council-run sites has sparked a £2 million investment programme.
New local rail links are a step closer after the Scottish Government announced funding for studies.
Cash-strapped councils across Tayside and Fife have spent £1.5 million in compensation for injuries to staff in five years.
Council funding has been slashed by up to £100 a head in Tayside and Fife in five years, according to Holyrood researchers.
Fife’s child protection staff have put themselves forward for an independent inspection in a bid to regain public trust in their care of vulnerable youngsters.
Thousands of residents across Tayside and Fife are on secretive council “watch lists” and some records go back more than 40 years.
More than 4,500 potholes have had to be repaired by up to 14 different teams across Fife due to the bad winter weather.
Compensation claims are costing local authorities in Tayside and Fife hundreds of thousands of pounds, new statistics have revealed.
Fife Council has confirmed its commitment to reinstating the Levenmouth rail link.
Schools in the local area are set to be of for a third day after council bosses deemed the weather still too severe for kids to get to classes.
A Fife village could be completely transformed if plans to build hundreds of new homes are given the go-ahead.
The hiring of a luxury hotel for a head teachers’ conference “beggars belief”, according to a local councillor.
Sunday car parking charges in Fife look set to remain for the foreseeable future after the council raked in about £200,000 in their first year.
Plain-clothed wardens are going undercover to catch irresponsible dog owners and clean up Fife’s streets.
Councillors in Fife claim they are being kept in the dark about sex offenders in their communities.
Those who need to use Fife Council-maintained public toilets run a greater risk than ever of finding them in a sorry state because of budget cuts, councillors have been told.
A blind pensioner and his guide dog ended up walking through hot tar after roadwork crews blocked a pavement in Glenrothes.
More details have emerged of the proposed £50 million secondary school for St Andrews.